Today’s tech: Apple iPhone 6 gets ripped apart, cloud computing is kind of a big deal, and Microsoft cuts Silicon Valley jobs
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple iPhone 6 components revealed, survey reveals full extent of cloud computing use, and MIcrosoft closes a revered research lab.
According to fresh research from Sage, an overwhelming 87 per cent of mid-market businesses (comprising between 100 and 499 members of staff) are now making use of cloud technology.
The best of ITProPortal news: Apple has dominated the headlines today with rumoured announcements of two new iPads, performance issues with iOS 8, and a price point for the Apple Watch Edition.
An anonymous source claims that the latest software update means that anyone with a third generation Apple TV is likely to have a HomeKit-enabled hub, whether they know it or not.
Us Brits are renowned for our superior levels of patience and tolerance, but new research from Delphix suggests that this doesn't transfer to the digital world.
The HealthKit platform is a major feature of iOS 8 and is expected to play a key role in the new iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch when it is launched next year.
Any OS upgrade is bound to have its problems, and iOS 8 has seen some glitches with apps, and talk that performance isn’t all it should be.
Chat has become popular on many platforms, from computers to mobile, but BitTorrent has a client that seems to be changing how this all works by removing cloud storage from the equation.
There's one more smartphone platform on the market, although it's far behind the big, established names, as Mozilla targets emerging markets with the release of Firefox OS.
Update 5.11 is a minor one and includes various small tweaks that maintain the security of stability of the product ahead of its eventual end of life in the next three years.
A study carried out by Boston-based firm Localytics found that smartphone users are downloading fewer apps in what is already an extremely saturated market.